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IKEA Class Action

An appeals court in California revived a putative class action against IKEA brought by customers who claim they were asked to provide their ZIP codes for “unauthorized purposes” while making in-store credit card purchases. The court found that the class is “ascertainable.”

SAN DIEGO – An appeals court in California revived a putative class action against IKEA brought by customers who claim they were asked to provide their ZIP codes for “unauthorized purposes” while making in-store credit card purchases. The court found that the class is “ascertainable.”

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